Stath Lets Flats Season 1

Premiere Date, Episode List

Stath Lets Flats season 1 started airing on Wednesday, June 27, 2018. Subscribe below for season One fan alert to get a short reminder email the day of the season finale — Aug 01, 2018. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to where we’ll have season recap and discussion.

List of Episodes

S1E1 A Pushy Boy

S1E2 A Absolutely Garden

S1E3 A Job is a Change

S1E4 A Completely Football

S1E5 A Romance of Love

most recent episode S1E6 It's a Manager Day

How many episodes are in season 1 of Stath Lets Flats?

The season consists of 6 episodes.


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Stath Lets Flats follows incompetent Greek-Cypriot lettings agent Stath, who works for the family business, Michael and Eagle. Stath's hapless sister Sophie dreams of being a professional dancer, but holds a candle for the family's favourite employee, nervous negotiator Al. While Stath wrestles not to be outshone by their top agent, ruthlessly ambitious Carole, the company struggles against the threat of Smethwicks - the slick, high-end estate agents next door.

Critics Reviews

    The creation worked perfectly in the more sketch show-like flat viewings, and the broad physical comedy of the final scene, when the maladroit agent tried to lure a pigeon out of an angry tenant’s loft (“I’m not approaching the beak!”). The real teeth came from Katy Wix, marvellous as Stath’s more competent nemesis Carole. Stath’s buffoonery could work in any context; he would be just as useless as a second-hand car salesman. But Carole’s ingratiating faux-mateyness felt utterly specific to her job. “You’re <...> - by Daily Telegraph (UK) [Tristram Fane Saunders]

    Jamie Demetriou, who plays the antihero, Stath, has funny bones. Stath is well drawn if improbably imbecilic. He is David Brent crossed with Frank Spencer on steroids, a man-baby with a diamond earring who works at… <...> - by Times (UK) [Carol Midgley]

    Discomfort, then, is not my ideal route to belly laughs but in this case it does deliver some golden moments, especially in the case of Stath’s gormless sister Sophie, an aspiring dancer who has enough charm to make up for what she lacks in intellect. Played by Demetriou’s actual sister Natasia, she is an expert in elevating a line through a wonderfully unenthused delivery. When their father announces that he will turn 70 next month it is not Stath’s bombastic reaction that raises the smile but her simple, sad statement of <...> - by London Evening Standard [Guy Pewsey]


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